Baltimore By Baltimore Festival Set To Launch In June, Highlighting Local Makers And ArtistsBaltimore by Baltimore, a new festival bringing local makers, food trucks, artists and musicians to the Inner Harbor Amphitheater, is set to launch next month, organizers announced.
Baltimore By Baltimore Festival Set To Launch In May, Highlighting Local Makers And ArtistsBaltimore by Baltimore, a new festival bringing local makers, food trucks, artists and musicians to the Inner Harbor Amphitheater, is set to launch next month, organizers announced Friday.
Black-Owned Restaurant Tour Kicks Off Monday Ahead Of CIAA TournamentAs part of the experience, the Downtown Partnership created the Black-Owned Restaurant Tour, offering visitors and fans a chance to support local black chefs and restauranteurs.
Shelonda Stokes Laments Loss Of Her Brother, James Blue III, From 'A Senseless Act Of Gun Violence'Stokes said Blue was a fourth-generation resident of Baltimore. "He believed in this city and wanted to do his part in creating a legacy for his family and our community," she said.
Times Square With Baltimore Flavor: New Digital Billboards Could Soon Light Up DowntownThink Vegas, Times Square vibes, and infuse that with some Baltimore flavor-- the perfect taste of the lights, activity, energy and experience that's just right for Charm City.
LIST: Open Baltimore Businesses And Their COVID Restrictions, According To The Downtown PartnershipAs we ease back into the new normal, it can get confusing as to what's open and what are the rules surrounding a reopening.
Charles Street Promenade To Return May 22Charles Street Promenade, a one-day closure of Charles Street to facilitate shopping, dining, and strolling, will be held May 22.
Downtown Partnership Releases Annual State Of Downtown Baltimore ReportThe Downtown Partnership released its annual "State of Downtown Baltimore Report" and despite the economic and social disruptions of 2020, researchers are hopeful cities, including Baltimore, will make a comeback.
Downtown Partnership BOOST Program Accepting Applications For Grants Of Up To $50K To Fill Empty StorefrontsThe Downtown Partnership’s BOOST (Black-Owned and Occupied Storefront Tenancy) Program is accepting applications through March 10 for grants of up to $50,000.
WJZ Holiday Spectacular: 49th Annual Baltimore's Washington Monument LightingFor the 49th year, the Downtown Partnership hosted the lighting of the Washington Monument in Baltimore.
The Show Must Go On: Months Of Planning Lead To COVID-Safe Virtual Holiday Lighting Of Baltimore's Washington MonumentDuring a year when so many things were closed or canceled due to the pandemic, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore was determined the 49th annual lighting of the Washington Monument would go on.
Baltimore Performing Art Venues Asking For Public's Support To Survive Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs Baltimore's performing arts venues remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, those who run the facilities are asking for the public's support to survive.
Downtown Partnership Of Baltimore Brings Back Gift Card Program To Help Businesses Struggling Due To COVID-19The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is re-launching its gift card program to help small businesses during a holiday season reshaped significantly due to COVID-19.
Holiday Retail Pop-Up Shop In Center Plaza Helps Businesses During Covid-Challenged Holiday SeasonStarting Sunday, local makers will be able to showcase their products at a pop-up store in Center Plaza.
Baltimore City's Dollar Or Less Days Canceled For 2020Downtown Partnership announced that Dollar or Less Days will not happen in 2020, due to concerns about crowd sizes during the pandemic.